Everything you need to venture off the beaten path. The Yoho is a backpack for your truck – inside it contains all the camping equipment you need for off-grid adventures and the portability to take out and use features outside too. Built to fit mid-sized trucks, with a base weight of only 934 lbs, and sleeping up to 4, truck camping just got lighter, greener, and more accessible.
Energy efficient design, lightweight build, and charged by solar energy. No hook-ups are necessary in nature.
Everything you need to travel down the forest road and beyond. Nothing but the core essentials.
Portable amenities and features that offer more versatility when traveling like being used outdoors and on other adventures.
All-season protection under an aluminum exoskeleton and no-wood composite structural panels that will never rot.
A camper with everything you need, and nothing that you don’t. The Yoho comes standard with off-grid essentials like solar power, a portable power station, led lights, portable water storage with filtration, and more. Choose whatever optional add-ons you need to enhance your off-grid experience too, like the 45L portable fridge/freezer, the dual zone cooktop designed specifically for Scout by Dometic, the 260 degree awning, and more. We’ve specifically sought out and tested only the best essential features for off-grid adventures.
The Scout Yoho offers a new range of accessibility because of its small size and exceptionally low base weight. It makes truck camping more accessible by fitting the mid-sized category of trucks like the Ford Ranger, Toyota Tacoma, and more. At only 934lbs dry, you can now pack more gear and worry less about payload capacities on your off-grid explorations. And with innovative features like the removable camper jacks, you’ll be able to manage your travel weight to a tee.
While the Yoho is smaller and among the lightest of the hardwall truck campers in existence today, it’s just as capable for vigorous adventures. Built with aluminium exo-skeleton framing and no-wood composite structural panels, Scout campers are highly durable, safe, and constructed for 4-season travel. If you’re planning on camping in cold weather, rest assured that you’ll be comfortable. The combination of camper’s pristine construction and the 12V solar powered cross ventilation system mean that condensation and humidity will be minimal.
L 69.75” x W 39.5”
50" x 72"
23.5" x 66.75", 18.5" x 65"
74.75” (w/o optional awning)
Charged by nature
An ultra-lightweight and high-performance 190W Go Power flexible solar panel mounted directly onto the camper, ready to endure any kind of weather. Charge on the road or at the destination, welcome to power that is clean, efficient, and quiet.
The seat, eat, or sleep set-up
This new multi-functional design feature serves as an open L-shaped style seating area, a dinette, and easily transitions into 2 comfortable beds at night that can sleep 1 adult or 2 children. It’s a flexible space for a flexible lifestyle, and a convenient office on the road, too. Work while you bask in the view of outside your window.
Less weight & more maneuverability
This innovative feature not only lowers your travel weight (by 114 lbs) but it’ll give you more maneuverability in tight spaces – two things that are hard to find with permanent motorized jacks. When attached, these jacks allow you to safely store your unit with the flexibility of parking your camper off of your truck.
Luxurious cooling performance
An optional 45L portable dual zone fridge/freezer made by Dometic that is powerful, energy-efficient and excellent for cooling down to –22 °C. The utility doesn’t stop there – interior LED lights, wifi control to monitor performance through your phone, a USB charging port and full compatibility with our portable power station.
"Sure, there are plenty of relatively affordable camper vans out there. But if you're looking to take your midsize pickup truck on an extended adventure, Scout offers a cool solution that sleeps up to four people.”
"Added to things associated with the word Kenai is a new in-bed truck camper that embraces the pioneering spirit and may be well-suited for Alaska's back country.”
“Going off-roading or overlanding means keeping your gear compact, for safety and ease-of-use. So, towing a separate camper over rocks isn’t really an option. Luckily, there are still ways of having a comfortable sleeping space. For vans and SUVs, there are rooftop tents. For pickup trucks, there are truck bed campers. And Scout Campers’ new Olympic is one that can fit in basically any pickup bed.”
"Sometimes, you don’t need a van to experience a bit of #vanlife. In this case, we’re obviously talking about a pickup truck, and more specifically, a truck camper shell. It’s from a company called Scout Campers, and this is its first model. It’s called Olympic, and it caught our eye for being a minimalist camper with impressive space and capability.”